Common sense tells us that if you drop a rubber ball, it will never bounce higher than you dropped it from unless you add energy by throwing it. But at first glance, the ball that The Action Lab shows in this clip defies the laws of physics. Of course, it doesn’t really, but it’s a neat trick.
Drawing in perspective allows artists to create 2D images with the illusion of depth. Rob of BK Architecture shows us how you can easily create 2-point perspective by drawing along an elastic cord strung between two push pins manipulated by a paperclip. A single pushpin can be used to draw a fisheye perspective.
Grim Workshop created this clever accessory that expands the capacity of wallets, bags, and pouches by adding an elastic gear holder. The smaller models are ideal for pocket tools, keys, and paper currency, while the Bandit XL wraps around objects as large as 8″. The Bandit Wrap is ideal for adding gear slots to bag straps.